Wandering Upcountry Maui

Lately I’ve been spending a lot of time upcountry Maui, taking a few pictures for some for myself and for some friends.  The first upcountry Maui photography in this series was taken in a State Forest on Maui, in the lush upcountry.   The next photo series is of photos that I took for a friend who needed to update her face shots.  Also enjoying the supreme green of upcountry Maui.

Maui Maternity Photo Shoot

This Maui maternity photo shoot happened in Waihee, Hawaii on the beautiful beaches located there.  Courtney was 7 months pregnant for this maternity photo shoot, and we produced some incredible pictures.  This beautiful location provided all that we needed to take these pictures, including crystal clear water, sunshine, and mixed color sand.  Courtney excited mother watched while we captured these amazing maternity photographs.

Macro Droplet Photography

"Haleakala Dew" in Haleakala National Park

I’ve always wanted to take some droplet photography of some of the amazing plant life here on Maui, and I finally had my chance while camping in Haleakala Crater. We decided to hike Switchbacks trail at Haleakala National Park down to Holua Cabin this week, and even though the hike down was quite wet, the next morning provided me with an excellent opportunity to take macro droplet photography on many plants and flowers. Since Haleakala is in the clouds, it is not a rare opportunity to have dew on flowers, but I felt fortunate to have droplets in this density. … Read More from Photographer on Maui…

Maui Bees on Basil

"Wings" by Maui photographer Kevin Hoffman of A Bee

The Maui bees are out of control! They’re hooked on the basil again, and they’ve got to have it! So I had to take some photographs up close and personal with the bees on basil.  These bee were in our friends backyard sucking up the nectar, so I used my camera to capture them up close.

Exploring the Road to Hana

"Canyon" on Maui

Our friends have returned to Maui, and we decided to show them a good time exploring the Road to Hana.  We wanted to really check out some things we had never seen before along the Road to Hana, and we found some epic scenes.  We found beautiful orchids, incredible Maui canyons, and coincidence worthy of a fireside tale.  In one trip to Hana, we have once again buried our pasts and improved the present by letting ourselves be taken in by the phenomenal wilderness. After our long trip around the Road to Hana, we finally arrived home in Kihei, and … Read More from Photographer on Maui…